‘Rule Britannia should be sung loudly and slowly so foreigners understand how powerful Britain is'
The BBC Proms have announced the song Rule Britannia will be played this year after all and should be sung loudly and slowly so foreigners understand how superior we are to them, according to Nigel Farage.
There had been some concern, based on absolutely nothing, that the songs wouldn’t be played at all for fear of offending non-existent people.
It turns out that not only will the song be played but it was also be sung as well which will allow proud patriots to tell the rest of the world how great we were…..250 years ago.
“Some of my great mates like Barry Jingo, who attends the Proms every year with his little flag and a song in his heart, lives for this moment.
The song is still relevant; control of the sea is the most important thing today and unfortunately while we may not own the world anymore, we need a song like this to let them know that this is still GREAT Britain. Of course, we have to sing it loudly and slowly so foreigners understand how powerful and successful Britain still is. We need to tell them how great we are without encouraging them to join us in this wonderful country; it is OUR country.
It’s the one night a year classical music isn’t trash; when it comes to Britain, everything is a tune. Still a bit disappointed that they haven’t changed it to Englandia rather than Britannia.”